Data from: Inbreeding avoidance and female mate choice shape reproductive skew in capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus imitator)

Eva C. Wikberg, Katherine M. Jack, Linda M. Fedigan, Fernando A. Campos, Akiko S. Yahsima, Mackenzie L. Bergstrom, Tomohide Hiwatashi, Shoji Kawamura, Katharine M. Jack & Akiko S. Yashima
Reproductive skew in multimale groups may be determined by the need for alpha males to offer reproductive opportunities as staying incentives to subordinate males (concessions), by the relative fighting ability of the alpha male (tug-of-war) or by how easily females can be monopolized (priority-of-access). These models have rarely been investigated in species with exceptionally long male tenures, such as white-faced capuchins, where female mate choice for novel unrelated males may be important in shaping reproductive...
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